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Missouri Crop Progress Report: Recent wet weather delays harvest in Ray County, throughout Missouri

Agricultural Summary Rains limited harvest progress across the state.  There were 3.2 days suitable for fieldwork. Topsoil moisture supply was 4 percent very short, 20 percent short, 66 percent adequate,…

Postcards: Veteran James ‘Daddy James’ Davis was also our unofficial mayor

By Linda Emley On Monday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m., The Ray County Veterans will be hosting a Veterans Day Ceremony at the Ray County Courthouse and I plan on…

Jason: Eat all 72 oz. and the Caesar salad’s on us

By Jason Offutt The menu at Texas Land and Cattle Restaurant in Arlington, Texas, is as you’d expect. It offers ribeye, filet mignon, smoked sirloin, bacon-wrapped sirloin, steak soup, and…

Pat’s Pantry: From the Pumpkin Patch

By Pat Mills Everywhere you look there are pumpkins. There are decorating pumpkins and eating pumpkins, and any recipe that has pumpkin in it is going to be in my…

Postcards: The adventurous life of David Kell, part 2

By Linda Emley Last week, I told the story about David Kell’s trip to California in 1865. Several people asked to hear some of the adventures he recorded in his…

Ike Skelton visitation, funeral arrangements

(Press release from Wentworth Military Academy) Former Democratic Representative and Wentworth Alumnus, Congressman Ike Skelton passed away Monday at the age of 81. Wentworth Military Academy and Academy Public Relations…

RHS Class of ’57 bonds remain strong

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On Alice’s turf, expect the unexpected

By Sara Siedel, For the Richmond News The Farris Theatre stage turns into a wonderland, and young actors become rabbits, cats, lobsters and birds when the Farris Youth Theatre Company…

Jo’s Jotting: Fonda Elliott guest of honor at Commandress Ball in Kansas City

By Jo Ellen Dale Fonda Elliott, wife of Roger Elliott, is the Commandress of Allah Court No. 6, the Daughters of Isis in Kansas City, Mo.  She was selected to…

Whirled Peas: As leaves turn color, solace found in thoughts of spring motorcycle rides

By Dennis Carlson Well, the death of summer is upon us. The trees have brought bouquets of color to mourn its passing. The colors will fade until they turn brown…